OUR COUNTRYHARVEST AND DIVERSITY
The Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (SNSM) is one of the highest coastal mountain ranges in the world, reaching an altitude of 5,700 m (18,700 ft), just 42 km (26mi) from the Colombian Caribbean Coast.
The mountainous coffee belt is found from 900 to 1900 meters above sea level, with temperatures that oscillate between 13 and 30 ° C; generating an irreplaceable biodiversity.
In 1979, UNESCO declared
the SNSM Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site because of its environmental importance for humanity.
The climate allows for a harvest from October to January, resulting in a more uniform and richer ripening, leading to an exceptional coffee harvest.
The abundance of microclimates and soil types allows coffee to be grown with different cup profiles.
Hectares of organic shaded coffee
Hectares of primary forest
Hectares of Food Grassland and other Crops
Hectares of secondary forest
We have the support of national and international certifications that guarantee high quality processes in the production of organic coffee, complying with handling and transportation requirements.
In addition, we have the guarantee of fair trade (Fairtrade) which demonstrates that the work of the Ecolsierra Network is oriented towards integral development with economic, social and environmental sustainability from which both producers and consumers benefit.